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how to corner a bowl

There are three different techniques you could use to corner a bowl of marijuana.

No Chemicals – Cornering a bowl forces the user to hold the lighter as far from the bowl as possible which also keeps any harmful or bad tasting fuels or chemicals from being drawn in with the smoke. This means less aftertaste when using heating elements like Zippos which are known for their effect on flavor.
Cherrying often occurs as a happy accident after someone corners a bowl. A cherried bowl is one that contains a smoldering ember at the bottom allowing every person to take a drag without having to light it again. This helps to conserve lighter fuel and weed.

Conserves Weed – Cornering saves your herb by burning slower which means you must pack fewer bowls. Lighting a bowl of marijuana in this way can easily double the number of hits you get from each bowl.
Cornering a bowl is the practice of lighting only a small portion of the fresh green herb that is packed within a bowl each time a user takes a toke.
Hemp Wick – One of the least used but most efficient techniques used to light a bowl of marijuana is a hemp wick. Hemp wicks are fool proof and an all-natural option which will take any guesswork out of cornering. Simply line your bowl with a hemp wick and pack it as usual. Only instead of sparking the weed directly with a lighter, you will just light the tip of the wick. It will slowly burn through the bowl allowing for a flawless passing and sharing of a bowl without any need for a lighter beyond the initial spark.
How to light a bowl using cornering?
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Benefits of cornering a bowl of marijuana

Cornering a bowl is the practice of lighting only a small portion of the fresh green herb that is packed within a bowl each time a user takes a toke.